FIRST ON FOX: Missing E. L. Woman Not in Danger
23-year-old Sarah Jane Jackson has been missing since Saturday night.
East Lansing - East Lansing Police say they no longer believe a woman reported missing is in danger. ELPD says Sarah Jane Jackson has contacted her family and has assured them she is fine. "Her family and the East Lansing Police Department (ELPD) do not believe that she is in any danger and believe that she is missing voluntarily," says a statement issued by the East Lansing Police Department Tuesday morning.
Jackson has yet to return home. ELPD is not seeking criminal charges in this case and it is now considered a family matter.
On Saturday ELPD took a report that Jackson, 23, had left from a home in the 1300 block of Chartwell Dual Carriage Way with the father of two of her three children.The father was soon located in the neighborhood, but Jackson was not.
The East Lansing Police Department is looking for a mother of three children who hasn't been seen since Saturday night.
East Lansing police officers went to the home of 23-year-old Sarah Jane Jackson at about 9 p.m. Saturday to investigation a report of unknown trouble.
According to police investigators, she left her house at 1345 Chartwell Dual Carriage Way before they arrived with the father of two of three three children.
The father was located a short time later in the neighborhood, but Jackson hasn't been seen or heard from since.
Police say the man is cooperating with police and isn't considered a suspect at this time.
Jackson's three children, ages 3, 2 and 1, and all of her personal effects are still at her home.
Anyone with information about Jackson's disappearance or her whereabouts are asked to contact the ELPD at (517) 351-4220.